Leah Kaufman | Midnight Refrain

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Midnight Refrain

by Leah Kaufman

"Singing & playing that can stop people who make faces at folk music from being so rude." - Chris Spector, Midwest Record; intelligent songwriting from a highly skilled singer & guitarist whose songs will stay with you long after the last note fades.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Patchwork Heart
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2. Bless the Train
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3. Count the Stars
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4. Gauley River
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5. Bitter Heart Blues
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6. Mercy Me
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7. You're My Rocking Chair
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8. Tiny Wings
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9. Take This Song with You
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10. Postcards from Dog Heaven (Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Good songs depend on good stories, and Kaufman's third solo album, 'Midnight Refrain', delivers. a tall=tale telling hobo, a 1940's black-and-white romance, a love lost on the frontier, and a beloved pet sending postcards from dog heaven, are just some of the characters who populate this unconventional album. Rarely constrained by a single genre, this album delivers folk-tinged music with Kaufman's signature fine, nuanced voice and exquisite finger-style guitar. Adeptly accompanied by Jon Shain (guitar), FJ Ventre (bass), Bill Newton (harmonica, sax), Ted Erhard (fiddle) and a host of other North Carolina musical luminaries, this is an album you'll keep coming back to, with songs that will stay with you from one moment to the next.

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